The march hoped to raise awareness about equality, activism, unity and environmental issues in the community.
Jeanne and Rex Sinquefield have donated almost $15 million to support composition at MU.
McCullough has also won two Francis Parkman Prizes, two National Book Awards, the Colonial Dames of America Annual Book Award, the Presidential Medal of Freedom and the Cornelius Ryan Award.
All the proceeds go toward the School of Music’s new building.
“The theater department has been around for almost a hundred years, and this is the first time ever that we’ve done a play in the Missouri Theatre,” Director Kevin Brown said.
The film aims to foster a discussion about rape culture on college campuses across America.
This new documentary critiques the handling of sexual assaults on college campuses in an completely unflinching manner.
The donation is the largest ever made by a College of Arts and Science faculty.
RJ Mitte spoke Wednesday night in Missouri Theater.
This is the first year in which there will be multiple performances of the monologues.
At 19 years old, Martinez enlisted in the U.S. Army, where his Humvee hit a roadside bomb that burned 34 percent of his body.
Loftin announced he will create the “Looking Forward to 200 Committee” to improve MU’s long-term planning.
MU also received an epitaph piece written by Jefferson to celebrate Loftin’s inauguration and MU’s 175th year.
With the purchase of the Missouri Theatre in downtown Columbia, MU will see many benefits in terms of future expenses, building plans, and performance space.
The musician speaks about playing all over the world and advancing music education
The Odyssey Chamber Music Series and Missouri Contemporary Ballet will perform together for the first time this weekend.
The “American Idol”-esque singing competition celebrates student talent.
The British group will hopefully be your cup of tea.
School of Music will bring a percussive lineup to the Missouri Theatre on Sunday.
Judge Glenda Hatchett met Martin Luther King, Jr. at a piano recital.